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11/11/2016 Reclaiming the City: A Photography Exhibit of Rouge National Urban Park Downtown Free

Rouge National Urban Park is Canada's first and only national urban park. Located in the heart of Canada's largest and most diverse metropolitan area, the park will span 79.1 km2 in the GTA, once fully established. This exhibition highlights the incredible work of Rouge National Urban Park's first ever Photographer-in-Residence, Heike Reuse, a recent OCAD University graduate. Heike's images help tell the story of the park's rich biodiversity within an amazing assembly of natural, cultural and agricultural landscapes. The exhibit provides the perfect opportunity to escape the city, within the city. Proceeds from photo sales will be donated to the Toronto Wildlife Centre.
by via City of Toronto All Events

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